We did some topographical surveys in Indonesia which are drawn in AutoCAD. It's our aim to publish them with QGIS and its webclient.
I thought the best way is to georeference the data in AutoCAD 2014. Eventually, I opened the DWG-file in AutoCAD Map 3D 2014 (see AutoCAD-Map-3D-Screenshot) because I know of it's possibility to export as SHP-file. Finally, I imported the SHP-file in QGIS (nightly built) but the result is not the expected one, see QGIS-screenshot :
The white dot(s) represents GPS-data which was correctly imported and rendered in the southern part of Nias. The blue dot(s) represents the imported SHP-files which should actually be located at the same location but are -- as you can see -- in the middle of nowhere.
Do you have any clue about a mistake I made?
While exporting/ importing the data I payed attention to the CRS and set it to "DGN95.UTM-47N" in AutoCAD Map 3D and to "EPSG:23867 - DGN95 / UTM zone 47N" in QGIS -- which, in my opinion, should be the same one and lead to a right result. Unfortunately, it doesn't. Or is there something I missed?
I already thought about the "Data source encoding" which I can set in QGIS. Right now it's set to "System". I guess Debian Wheezy (which I use for QGIS) and Windows 7 (which I use for AutoCAD [Map 3D]) use a different one -- but I'd also suppose that I would not see anything at all if I import data with a wrong encoding. Some ideas?
Any help is very appreciated. Thank you.